Interesting perspective on various human behaviors, rituals and so on. Particularly intriguing perspective on the rise of Christianity, in a historical context. Writing style was a little disjointed for my taste.
Great book covering craniosacral therapy. However, it is for more of a layperson audience so it doesn't go into great detail. Those wanting more detail on technique should read Hugh Milne's book "The Heart of Listening".
Oy. This was a very depressing book. I never realized that the Bible was so full of suffering. In the end, the author concludes that we should live our present life to its fullest and help those who are suffering. Probably because we could be waiting forever for God to come and resolve it all.
This book covers why one might eliminate all grains, not just wheat or gluten grains. It does a good job in covering the basics of carbohydrate- and gluten-sensitivity. Together with "Protein Power" and a few others, one might get a good idea of the benefits of a low carb and grain-free diet.
I was disappointed by this book mostly because it was so broad and not deep. Having read a lot over the past few years, perhaps I just have read everything that was covered in this book. If one is just realizing one's gut issues, this book would be a very good starting point. It is especially helpful in describing some of the tests that doctors would be likely to request particularly so that you know what those vials of blood or other bodily samples are telling you. It also gives some advice on how to overcome your fear and uneasiness in discussing gut issues with your doctor.
Relies heavily on almond flour (not a bad thing) but is also heavy on dairy products. So while it is great for those following a gluten-free diet, it is awful for those also following a casein-free (dairy-free) diet. Many of the recipes also heavily rely on zucchini. Recipes are generally good though not what my guys expect (so this is not a favorite book for us).
This book covered alternative health care for kids - most of which is better covered in "Smarter Medicine for a Healthy Child". It also covered aspects of childhood nutrition - again, covered better separately by a few books - "Superimmunity for Kids", "How to Disease-Proof your Child" come to mind as better nutrition books. However, I liked that this book combined both topics in one cover. The author mentions some meal-planning software that is, unfortunately, no longer available.